Northern Ireland vs Estonia: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news for Euro 2020 qualifier

NORTHERN IRELAND begin their Group C qualifying campaign with a winnable tie at home to Estonia. Michael O'Neill's side failed to turn up in the new-look Nations League but will need to get off to a good start if they're to emerge from a tough Euro 2020 qualification group. What time is kick-off? THIS clash will be held on Thursday, […]

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The DUP want Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley sacked as she has 'failed' and not shown 'leadership'

THE DUP yesterday demanded Karen Bradley is sacked as Northern Ireland Secretary – saying she had “failed” in the job. Ms Bradley sparked outrage last week when she said killings by soldiers during The Troubles were “not crimes”. She has previously been mocked for saying she did not realise that nationalists in Northern Ireland never voted for unionist parties. Nigel […]

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Rugby: Ireland finally find Six Nations form with France win

DUBLIN (REUTERS) – Ireland finally produced some Six Nations form on Sunday (March 10) by hammering France with a 26-14 scoreline that flattered the visitors to keep alive their remote chance of back-to-back titles ahead of next weekend’s finale of games. Captain Rory Best got the Irish going with an early try while Johnny Sexton, Jack Conan and Keith Earls […]

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Italy vs Ireland rugby: TV channel, live stream, kick off time and team news for Six Nations clash in Rome

The Irish had their Grand Slam hopes crushed in Week One by England, whilst the hosts have lost both their matches heavily. What time is kick-off? THIS Six Nations clash will be held on Sunday, February 24. Kick-off in Rome is at 3pm. When Ireland last visited this stadium in 2017, they ran out emphatic 63-10 winners. Which TV channel […]

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England set sights on Ireland's Luca Connell next after securing Declan Rice

Connell, 17, is on the Three Lions radar after a stunning start to his senior career with Bolton in the Championship. The Liverpool-born midfielder has played for Republic of Ireland Under-18s, where he was fielded at left-back, but can still switch countries. He has been tracked by England development coaches BEFORE breaking into Bolton’s first team last month and making […]

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Ireland revive Six Nations campaign with 22-13 win over Scotland

Ireland got their Six Nations campaign back on track with a pulsating 22-13 victory over Scotland on Saturday, but the physical encounter meant both sides lost players to injury early on. Scotland's livewire fullback Stuart Hogg and Ireland's flyhalf and world player of the year Jonathan Sexton limped off in a close first half, during which the visitors outscored Scotland […]

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Salesforce to double presence in Ireland with 1,500 new jobs

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Salesforce.Com will more than double its workforce in Ireland by adding 1,500 jobs in what the state’s foreign investment agency said was one of the largest single job announcements in its 70-year history. The San Francisco-based cloud software maker currently employs 1,400 people in Dublin, the European hub for a number of major technology firms, and will […]

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Andrew Ireland: Giants were never really in the race for Buddy

Champion forward Lance Franklin had a medical with the Sydney Swans midway through 2013 while he was playing with Hawthorn as the Swans underwent their due diligence on the free agent before offering him a nine-year deal to join the club. The recruiting coup shocked the football world as most assumed Franklin would join Greater Western Sydney at the end […]

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Soccer team faked own player’s death to get game canceled

Irish soccer club Ballybrack FC found themselves in a bizarre predicament after they lied to league officials about the death of one of their players, in a strange move that resulted in their weekend match being canceled. The Dublin club told Leinster Senior League officials that Fernando Nuno La-Fuente died in a motorcycle accident. La-Fuente’s death resulted in Ballybrack’s Saturday game […]

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Ireland's data watchdog 'must show Europe the way'

Ireland has a very important role to play in the future of GDPR as the actions of our supervisory authority could set a precedent for the rest of the European landscape, according to a leading digital privacy and data protection academic. Budget 2019 included a funding increase of €3.5m for the country’s Data Protection Commission (DPC), allowing the office to […]

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